Tower Of Dawn

Tower Of Dawn

Book - 2017
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Chaol and Nesryn visit Antica hoping the legendary healers of the Torre Cesme can enable Chaol to walk again, and to persuade the rulers to ally with them to save Erilea.
Publisher: ©2017
New York :, Bloomsbury Children's Books,, 2017
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781681195773
1681195771
Branch Call Number: YA Maas
Characteristics: 664 pages :,map ;,25 cm

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LPL_ColtonS Nov 20, 2017

Tower of Dawn is a revealing character novel in the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas. It explores the separate journey of the well known characters, Chaol Westfall and Nesryn Faliq, as they attempt to heal mentally and physically, after a debilitating wound. It gives great insight into a soldier’s mind after losing control of a large part of his life, and how people can learn to grow away from life-long hatreds to become strong together. Lovers of the series should appreciate the return-to-the-roots feeling of the novel, and learn more about characters they already know well.

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Nymeria23
Nov 07, 2017

I don't understand how Sarah J. Maas does it. I started this book not super thrilled, feeling like I would rather get more storytime with the other characters in the Throne of Glass universe (honestly, of them all, Chaol was my least favorite character to begin with). I had decided to read it because it had changed from being a side novella to being ToG6 and I felt like I couldn't just skip a vital part of the storyline; plus I was hoping that Chaol's story would get done soon and he would somehow be integral in finding Aelin/would share some screen time with the other characters I've been missing. While I didn't exactly get my wish, I was given what I never knew I desired.
It was amazing. The start was slightly rocky, but it picked up pace real quick and I quickly became lost in the book. I love Yrene, and I love knowing just how far she's come since she unknowingly met Aelin. This story had vital information and discoveries for the ToG world and thrilling action was still to be had in the peaceful town. I'm even more excited for the series to continue and I can't wait to see how Maas blows my mind (though I am very fearful for all my favorite characters' safety).

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Oct 19, 2017

Like many of my friends, I had strong feelings of disappointment and displeasure with Chaol after all he did, in Crown of Midnight. However, as a believer of second chances, I took one and read this because I do love the author. I am very thankful I did, because I think that in finding acceptance with himself, Sarah intended us to forgive him as well. The romance and relations are distinct and feel real, dynamic, and powerful. The plot races at a speed that is not overwhelming but also insanely tense at twists and turns. I finished this in a day, and I can't wait for 2018's new book(s)!
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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haleyhopeg
Oct 12, 2017

This was a book I was really excited for, and it didn't disappoint. This is probably one of my favorites in the entire Throne of Glass series.

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blue_dog_8329
Oct 28, 2017

Coarse Language: Swear words

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